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FALL BUNNIES Backyard fall bunnies nibbling by berries, begin billowing out their bristly fur coat, preparing for winter… ©2018 Michelle Kogan
zoning in on zinnias, their zazzle, texture, and color. © 2018 Michelle Kogan Thinking about focusing on letters of the alphabet to lead me through inktober…though, not in any particular order.
yellow dillies where’re your bees? bothered by false sun’s chill… © 2018 Michelle Kogan On my blog for National Poetry Writing Month I’ve been focusing on flora, fauna, and our environment. Here’s a list of the poems I’ve posted so … Continue reading
reluctant spring hyacinth’s late april petals finally appear robins tired of waiting she already built her nest © Michelle Kogan On my blog for National Poetry Writing Month I’ve been focusing on flora, fauna, and our environment. Here’s a … Continue reading
soaking up midday sun, violets admire city folks… © 2018 Michelle Kogan On my blog for National Poetry Writing Month I’ve been focusing on flora, fauna, and our environment. Here’s a list of the poems I’ve posted so far: … Continue reading
WHO’S IN THE MOON? Everyone thinks there’s a man in the moon I know there’s really a woman in there. As the stars come out, twinkling in nights sky, She winks at me with her special flair. But if … Continue reading
APRIL SNAKE Slithering snake caught me by surprise while sunning herself in April’s warm eyes. Off she scurried, through left-over-fall leaves, hiding in the myriad of Spring’s drying sheaves. I waited, and waited, and watched–holding my stance tightly, seeking her … Continue reading
CHANGES IN NATURE I watched her grow for three seasons, munching away mostly in safe areas– Occasionally I had to run her out. When winter set in I saw her hunkering down. If I gave her space, there she’d sit … Continue reading
APRIL’S MYSTERIES… Scurry of three birds gone in a flash– Black cat sauntering on a mission– On April fifth what else unfolds… ©2018 Michelle Kogan
I’m featuring silly limericks today for Poetry Friday. I heard through the grapevine that July 14th is National Macaroni and Cheese Day. Tabatha Yeatts, at The Opposite of Indifference, our Poetry Friday host extraordinaire put out a call for Mac … Continue reading